With fewer than 1,500 Catholics in Mongolia, Pope Francis’ upcoming visit brings attention

Pope Francis is set to make the first-ever visit to Mongolia, a country with fewer than 1,500 Catholics, all of whom have come to the faith since 1992.

How a hip-hop mindset can help teachers in a time of turmoil

While hip-hop has created a lot of good memories, good music and good times, the culture has gifted society much more than just entertainment. As a 

Navigating the intersection between AI, automation and religion

In a era marked by rapid technological advancement, we are seeing everything from artificial intelligence to robots slowly seep into our everyday lives. But now, this technology is

Why was Putin asked to stay away of BRICS summit?

Vladimir Putin will be the odd one out when leaders from the BRICS economic bloc of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa meet in Johannesburg this week.

A raid on a Kansas newspaper likely broke the law. But which one?

A central Kansas police chief was not only on legally shaky ground when he ordered the raid of a weekly newspaper, experts said, but it may have been

As BRICS cooperation accelerates, is it time for the US to develop a BRICS policy?

The leaders of the BRICS group of large emerging economies – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – meet in Johannesburg for two days beginning on Aug.

Is conflict in Ukraine a reminder to China of the risks in attacking Taiwan?

U.S. defense strategists warn that China may use the distraction of the war in Ukraine to launch military action against Taiwan. They believe Chinese President Xi Jinping is determined to gain control over the breakaway province – which has been beyond Beijing’s control since the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1949 – before he leaves office.

Exquisite dining creates a sizzling new trend in China

Few individuals have shown greater enthusiasm for the culinary arts than Tian Zeyu, a chef hailing from southwest China’s Guizhou Province. This culinary master has been celebrated for

Discrimination took a heavy toll on Asian American students during pandemic

Experiencing discrimination significantly harmed the well-being of Asian and Asian American college students in the U.S. during the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. That’s the key

Hitler and Trump: Show trials can provide a powerful platform for the defendant

The trial of Donald Trump on charges that he conspired to undermine the peaceful transition of power will likely be a show trial – but not in the

Fiction writers fear the rise of AI, but also see it as a story to tell

For a vast number of book writers, artificial intelligence is a threat to their livelihood and the very idea of creativity. More than 10,000 of them endorsed an

COVID-19 took a toll on heart health: how to help?

Well into the pandemic’s fourth year, how profound a toll COVID-19 has taken on heart health is only starting to emerge. “We are seeing effects on the

US’ cybersecurity warning is more misinformation as part of its plans

The United States is known to be the world’s biggest cyber threat. The US National Security Agency has been revealed to be involved in various global surveillance

National compliance key to biological weapons ban

With the Ukraine crisis having led to talk about the possibility of using unconventional weapons, the second meeting of the Working Group on the Strengthening of the Biological

Manila should not let unprincipled prodding push it to ‘daredevil’ folly

When it comes to the territorial disputes between China and the Philippines, or any other Southeast Asian nation, in the South China Sea, that the former is bigger

No easy solution to repair Sino-Australian ties

The Australian Embassy in China has reportedly extended an invitation to Foreign Minister Wang Yi to visit Australia. The expected visit would be a “return visit” following

Rating downgrade reflects bad governance

Fitch Ratings lowered the United States’ long-term credit rating to AA+ from its top mark of AAA on Tuesday. The agency, one of the three major credit rating

Gas prices rising on extreme heat, oil production cuts

Drivers are in for another headache at the pump as U.S. gas prices continue to rise. The national average for gas prices stood at about $3.78 a

Social media can in fact be made better, research shows

Is social media designed to reward people for acting badly? The answer is clearly yes, given that the reward structure on social media platforms relies on popularity,

France sets example against ‘decoupling’

Among the Western powers, France has distinguished itself with its diplomatic foresight and strategic autonomy, especially when it comes to handling relations with China. That France has always

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